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    Frequently asked questions

    Have questions? We’re here to help.
    All Chi Dog diets are cooked in a human grade USDA inspected commercial kitchen with ingredients that are intended for human consumption. Chi Dog meals are laboratory tested to ensure that they are free of any potentially harmful bacterial contaminants.
    Whole foods are natural foods. When you read an ingredient on a package, you should be able to see it in the food. Chi Dog uses human-grade ingredients that we would eat, not feed-grade ingredients as in kibble and canned dog foods. When our labels say beets, carrots, and peas, you can see, feel, and smell these ingredients in the food.
    Dog’s wild cousin’s raw meat diet may be better than kibble if it is not processed. Eastern Medicine finds benefit in cooking. Lightly cooked fresh whole food ingredients are better to nourish. It is especially true for our sick, old, and young pets; any animal who is a little delicate. Raw meat may be fine if you are a young adult and have a lot Of “Qi” (pronounced Chi) to digest your food. If you want to feed more gently, lightly cooked whole foods are ideal. Just as we would give a baby apple sauce and an old person soup, cooking the food brings some energy into the food to help them digest. Eastern Medicine recognizes raw foods as appropriate for very healthy and strong patients but unsuitable for weaker patients. It is completely appropriate to supplement a Chi Dog diet with raw vegetables in our young to middle-aged, disease-free companions.
    No. We have supplemented our diets with Vitamin E (tocopherol) to help maintain the freshness of our diet and support your dog’s coat, healing, and circulatory system.
    Carbohydrates are essential to living beings and can be found in grains and plants. They are an excellent source of stored energy in our dog’s diets. Processed carbohydrates, which are in most, if not all kibble (dry dog food) recipes, are poor sources of nutrition. While carbohydrates from whole foods, as found in Chi Dog diets, are excellent energy sources. As any healthy person knows, fresh pasta and veggie salad is healthy, while processed mac-n-cheese in a box is not
    No one knows your dog better than you. If you feel an ingredient is a problem for your dog, you can try another Element Diet based on ingredients you know are right for your dog. You are also welcome to reach out to Dr. Bohrer via our Contact Us form with your concerns, and we will find the best food for your dog. Regarding allergies in general, Eastern Medicine would advise that an ingredient in a clean, unprocessed and whole food form may not bother your dog in the same way that it did in the processed, pro-inflammatory dog kibble (dry dog food) or canned food.

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